The last 3 weeks have been the 3 lowest scoring weeks of the season. Only 802 points were scored this past week.
We had the league’s 6th tie in our 11 year history, and for the first time we have two ties in the same season.
Sean becomes the 7th owner to have 50 career games over 100 points and led all scorers in Week 10 with 109 points.
Erik goes over 100 points for the 5th straight week, and now has scored over 100 points in 8 games already this season. The record (which includes playoffs) is 10 games. Erik loses his 12th 100+ point game in his career, which is tied for 2nd most.
Jacob becomes the 5th owner to win 80 career games.
Jarrett becomes the first owner to lose 90 career games.
Aaron gets 0 points from 2 different starters, which is the 3rd time this has happened this year. It is the 11th time that Aaron has done that which is the most all-time.
Chase lost both games to Jacob this year by the score of 71-69 and 73-69. Both games he was projected to win going into the final primetime matchup but came up short. Had Chase won these close games, he would be 5-4-1 right now, ahead of Jacob at 5-5.
Jake has a combined 111 points scored against him over the last two weeks. He has won those games 81-55 and 81-56 against the Vaiden brothers.
Ryan and Jarrett are the only two teams who have never tied.
Jalen Hurts, Jonathan Taylor, Aaron Jones, Cooper Kupp, Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce, Harrison Butker and the New England D/ST are the only 8 players to have been started all 10 weeks so far.
If the season ended today, the playoff picture would be 1. Erik vs 4. Aaron, and 2. Jacob vs 3. Jake.
Jacob is averaging 63 points per game in his last 4 games, but he is 2-2 in those games.
Playoff Odds through 10 weeks:
Teams with 2 losses (Erik) make the playoffs 100% of the time.
Teams with 3 losses (Jacob) make the playoffs 100% of the time.
Teams with 4 losses (Aaron, Jake & Sean) make the playoffs 46% of the time.
Teams with 5 losses (Ryan) make the playoffs 41% of the time.
Teams with 6 losses (Jarrett & Chase) make the playoffs 9% of the time.
Teams with 7 losses (Terrance & Schweg) make the playoffs 0% of the time.
Ryan (89) vs Schweg (45)
Christian McCaffrey - 25
DeVonta Smith - 64
David Montgomery - 29
Calvin Ridley - 16
Ryan (39) vs Terrance (53)
Chuba Hubbard - 39
Melvin Gordon - 53
Week 11 Preview:
Erik (8-2) vs Terrance (2-7-1)
Terrance leads the all-time series 8-3-1, but has lost the last two games against Erik which includes a week 1 loss this season. Erik had a chance to win his division last week but failed, and playoff scenarios for this week are too complicated to figure out.
Jacob (7-3) vs Jarrett (4-6)
Jacob leads the all-time series 9-8, and these teams have traded wins the last 5 matchups, and it is now Jarrett’s turn to win.
Jake (6-4) vs Schweg (2-7-1)
Tied for the most lopsided rivalry in league history, Jake has a 14-4 record against Schweg.
Aaron (6-4) vs Ryan (5-5)
Aaron leads the all-time series 11-10. Aaron jumped out to an early 8-2 advantage, and Ryan has countered that by going 8-3 since.
Sean (5-4-1) vs Chase (3-6-1)
Sean leads the all-time series 12-5-1, with an earlier season tie occurring between these two teams. Sean got out to a 10-1 advantage against Chase, but Chase is 4-2-1 in the last 7 games.
Aaron has loser's letter duty for the first time this season.